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Old 03-22-2012, 10:09 PM   #1
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Default 1999 5.4 Triton Vacuum Hose... where to?

Removed the very top hose connecting to intake manifold when fixing PCV elbow problem (rotted elbow behind intake manifold) and now can't find it, nor where it goes... I need to learn to post photos, as I found one from an old post which shows the hose connected to the nipple, then it appears to come forward, but photo does not show where it connects. Thanks for any help.

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Old 03-23-2012, 02:33 AM   #2
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pic too small
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and it's kind of blurry, can you take a better one?
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dose it come off the intake if so ill look where it ges next period in shop on my truck
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Here's how it should look

5.4 Triton Vacuum Hose... where to?-image-2690495076.jpg

Here's where the top one goes

5.4 Triton Vacuum Hose... where to?-image-3283140387.jpg
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Perfect BrowningSCrew, just what I needed.

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